Why you can’t manage to finish Star Wars KOTOR II

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Star Wars Knight of the Old Republic II is an immensely popular game with an incredible fan base. So it’s no surprise that the game, which first appeared in 2004, has been re-released for the Nintendo Switch. Something to be excited about. Would you think…

The port to the Nintendo Switch, performed by Aspyr Media, unfortunately did not go well. As a result, it is currently impossible for gamers to complete the game. Say what?!

Why you can’t finish Star Wars KOTOR II

It is becoming clear on social media that Star Wars KOTOR II, for the Nintendo Switch, carries an annoying bug. Unfortunately, the game, which has been transferred to the handheld by Aspyr Media, cannot be played through. As soon as a player gets to the cutscene that can be seen after the Basilisk Crash, the game will stop. Then the game resumes at a point just before the cutscene and it happens again.

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In a response, Aspyr Media says that the problem is known to the developer. A solution is currently being worked on, but it is not yet known when it will be rolled out exactly. In short: for now you are not able to completely complete the Nintendo Switch game.

An icon on the Nintendo Switch

It’s no surprise that Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II has come to Nintendo Switch. The game has had a ton of success in the past, as has Nintendo’s console. To date, about 107 million copies have been sold. Fortunately, the game is well liked by many gamers. On Metacritic, the game has received an average score of 79 from critics and gamers give the game itself a 74.

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic is getting a remake on PlayStation 5

Star Wars KOTOR II, also called The Sith Lords, does not find its final station in the Nintendo Switch. A new version for the PlayStation 5 and PC is currently also planned.

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